- To put in somewhere which afterwards forgotten: I have mislaid my hat.
- to position or pay incorrectly: They mislaid the linoleum.
- To lay in an incorrect place; to ascribe to a wrong source.
- To set in somewhere maybe not recollected; to misplace; to get rid of.
- To leave or put some thing inside wrong spot and then forget in which someone place it.
- destination (some thing) where one cannot find it once more
- To set in an incorrect or unaccustomed destination; added a spot later forgotten: as, to mislay a letter or your gloves.
- to put or set-down erroneously; give or designate a wrong place to.
- Preterit of mislie.
Sentence for "mislay"
- As Cameron cheerfully admitted, he's lost…
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